Welcome to Wylie

Located approximately 194km north-east of Perth, Wylie is known as the 'Beaut place' with the 'Strange name.' The economy of the Shire is predominantly reliant on agriculture, in particular wheat and sheep farming. Pioneering construction of bulk grain facilities occurred in the district laying claim to being the 'Cradle of Bulk Handling.' The original grain elevators were restored and now present the entrance on the two main roads into town.

For more information on Wylie visit our Community Resource Centre (CRC).

The Wyalkatchem CRC acts as a hub for community groups and businesses. They provide many services, including, but not limited to, document and photo printing, desktop publishing, Department of Transport driver and vehicle licensing, public library, tourism information and visitor centre, access to the Wyalkatchem CBH Agricultural Museum, Department of Human Services Access Point for myGov and Centrelink, key cutting, secretarial, Wi-Fi and computer access, various training workshops, and equipment and room hire. They also organise and hold a number of community events every year.

You can find Them on Facebook here or  their website here.

For information on accommodation in Wylie visit:


Wyalkatchem Hotel, Railway Tce & Traveller's Park, Hands Drive

For information on things to do and see visit:


Pioneer Park, Honour Ave & Yorkie Rock

For any enquiries call (08) 9681 1166

Wyalkatchem from a Hang Glider